We believe that each child is a unique individual and that a primary consideration of educators is to provide a child with the necessary understanding, knowledge, and skills to attain maximum potential.
We believe in fostering a desire for learning in a Christian environment. It should be firm but flexible enough to allow for growth in responsibility, in individual self-expression, and in creative ability.
It is our commitment to promote a keen sense of civic responsibility and a mutual respect for and awareness of the feelings and rights of others.
In accordance with the School’s statement of philosophy, we strive:
- to make education an exciting, challenging, pleasurable experience for every boy and girl:
- by developing a keen social sensitivity and respect for human personality and for the rights of other people;
- by supplying the motivation necessary to promote the desire to learn which is inherent in us all;
- by developing an understanding of the rights and duties of American citizenship and Christian living
- to foster desirable characteristics of the students’ total educational environment:
- by making education an active not a passive experience;
- by involving children totally through active participation;
- by understanding that children are curious, imaginative, creative human beings.
- to respect individual differences among children and ways of providing for these differences:
- by realizing that maximum learning occurs when a child’s self-image is supported by self-respect;
- by recognizing that children are different from each other and learn differently according to their own abilities, paces, interests, and learning styles;
- by teaching children in the light of these capacities and abilities.